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From Jean-Baptiste Onofré ...@nanthrax.net>
Subject Re: Discussion: JMS 2.0 API support
Date Mon, 15 Jun 2015 16:43:28 GMT
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Regards
JB

On 06/15/2015 03:28 PM, tmyers@wellsfargo.com wrote:
> I would also like to see ActiveMQ support JMS 2.0.  I have run into an issue
> integrating ActiveMQ with WebSphereMQ related to JMS 2.0.  The latest
> WebSphereMQ client libraries version 8.0.0.2 are JMS 2.0 compliant.  The
> 8.0.02 version addresses security vulnerabilities and provides support for
> TLS CipherSuites.  However, due to ActiveMQ not supporting JMS 2.0, I have
> not found a way to implement a Camel route between ActiveMQ and WebSphereMQ
> that makes use of the stronger ciphersuites.
>
> The solution for now is to wait for IBM to release the equivalent JMS 1.1
> compliant 7.5.0.6 client libraries in the next couple of months.  However,
> it sounds like WebSphereMQ/ActiveMQ integration might be difficult unless
> ActiveMQ supports JMS 2.0 in the future.
>
>
> mickhayes wrote
>> Hi Uli,
>>
>> I support that it would be great for ActiveMQ to handle 2.0 sooner rather
>> than later.
>>
>> OpenMQ, for sure, is the reference implementation for JSR 343 (JMS 2.0),
>> so of course it supports JMS 2.0.
>>
>> On HornetQ: yes support is in since 2.4.0Final, but HornetQ and ActiveMQ
>> are
> *
>> quite different products
> *
>> .
>>
>> You can see that since July 2012, JBoss has accquired FUSEsource, but
>> still keeps both JBoss AM-Q and HornetQ.
>>
>> There are other reasons that people will chose ActiveMQ (or JBoss AMQ)
>> over HornetQ apart from the JMS 2.0 support.
>>
>> /MH
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